This show is for multicultural couples who are planning to blend their life together!
Mixed weddings and supporting diversity, that’s what the ‘Getting Married Multiculturally’ Podcast is all about!
Being in a multicultural relationship means we get to live life with so many diverse experiences! We learn new languages, survive long distances, become traveling experts, and get to enjoy a variety of food, music, and traditions. We call another culture our family, we raise global children, and we become socially open minded.
Your host, Edit, is Hungarian. She was born in Serbia, studied in Italy, and now living in the States with her American husband and two daughters. On this Podcast she is sharing some inspirational mixed-couple stories to support and encourage you along this exciting journey. Edit is a wedding photographer with a passion for documenting multicultural stories, and she is also bringing you wedding experts to talk more about blended wedding ideas and tips.
Blended Indian-American Wedding with Mahesh and Charis Naidu
Charis and Manesh shared their love for each other’s culture and how they managed to embrace both. They talked about how they were able to enjoy both wedding traditions while adding a little personal touch to it.
Long Distance Relationships and Moving in Together as an Interracial Couple with Chery and Nathan
We have a ton to talk about in today's episode. From long distance relationships, to moving in together in a foreign country. My very first interracial couple, Chery and Nathan share their experience about learning each others languages, habits, cultural differences, and how important it is to have the same goals in life.
Talking about racism as a white European women living in America
In this episode I’m sharing my thoughts and feelings with you. I’m a white European woman, living in American for 12 years. Yes, I do have white privilege. But I also carry pain for being judged for who and what I am.
How to Plan Your Wedding in the Middle of the Coronavirus with Michelle Isabel
A great conversation with California based cross-cultural wedding planner, Michelle. We talk all about how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting multicultural couples who want to get married. And more importantly what do they need to look for after the Coronavirus restrictions are over and weddings are allowed.
Getting Married at Home During the Global Pandemic with Nadia from Lebanon
Nadia, from Kuwait, wanted to have the perfect wedding with her Lebanese partner in beautiful Italy. But their dreams fell apart as the Coronavirus came about, so they decided to get married at home.
Quarantine Wedding During the Coronavirus Outbreak with Anastasija and Josh
Anastasija and Josh were supposed to get married in Vancouver on April 3rd in front of 135 guests. But after restrictions were put on the city, and considering their loved ones safety, they decided to cancel the wedding and have an intimate ceremony in his parents living room. Only their immediate family was allowed in the house, but little did they know, there was a huge surprise waiting for them outside.
First time and loved it
I found this podcast very recently. The title of the last podcast “white woman living in America” appeal to me so I gave it a go. I loved it. As a Portuguese woman living in America for 6 years, married to an Indian man...I can totally relate. It seems easy but it’s not easy at all. Thank you for this podcast. I am eager to listen to the following ones.
Down to earth and real!
Great info and insights! Always find some interesting thought or idea that I had never even considered. Edit is an amazing host and is very thoughtful in the topics she discusses.
I love this podcast!
Edit is a great host! You can feel the energy and passion she has for what she does. I’ve found the content on her podcast to be very relevant for what I experience in my multicultural relationship. Excited to continue listening!